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[Costco] Costco - Magna Cart - Folding Dolly 150lbs capacity, $20.99 Sale ends?

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[Costco] Costco - Magna Cart - Folding Dolly 150lbs capacity, $20.99 Sale ends?

Costco - Magna Cart - Folding Dolly, Collapsible Hand Truck for $20.99

Picked this up today discounted down from $25.99 to $20.99 plus taxes ($5.00 automatic coupon deduction at the register). Sorry, don't know when the sale ends.

The fact that it folds and can handle 150lbs is pretty good. 4 other people were putting these in their carts in the 5 mins that I was in the aisle.

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It sells for $39.99 at Zellers and as high as $49.99 in the U.S. Fatwallet posts claim that Costco in the States had it discounted with a coupon for $21.99 U.S. Costco.ca does not show the item.

Demo from a US Shopping Channel:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DppwCpnG_Kg

Other Demo:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSXxevDwnxc

http://www.costco.com/Browse/Product.as ... pnav=bdoff
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Which costco in gta?
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consumerPI wrote:
Oct 20th, 2009 1:48 am
Costco in the States had it discounted with a coupon for $21.99 U.S. Costco.ca does not show the item.

Demo from a US Shopping Channel:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DppwCpnG_Kg

Other Demo:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSXxevDwnxc

http://www.costco.com/Browse/Product.as ... pnav=bdoff

Yes, there was a $4 coupon till October 4th (I think) in the US, picked one up while I was there. It's a good deal at $21 CAD.
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densil_lopez wrote:
Oct 20th, 2009 8:13 am
Which costco in gta?
Saw them at Mississauga South yesterday. They had quite a few of them at the discounted price.
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Man, I could have used this two weeks ago when moving.
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If anyone bought one and does not want it, pls let me know.
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Damn it. Looked for this hand truck across all Costcos in Toronto and their website but could not find it. Ended up buying one from CT about 2 weeks back
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I will pick this up if I see it...it just seems like something that will come in handy one day!
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looks like a nice sturdy folding dolly. gonna have to check it out after work


That pic in the first post is messed up though.. why so many handles at the top???
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v_tofu wrote:
Oct 20th, 2009 1:21 pm
That pic in the first post is messed up though.. why so many handles at the top???
I think they are just trying to show that the handle extends.

I picked this up at lunch in brampton, tons left. It didn't really feel that sturdy to me the way the upright stand flexes when you step on the bottom and push the handle back a little bit. However, I'm not a good judge of how sturdy things are so maybe its just designed that way and it won't be a problem for the 150lbs its rated to handle.

The only other thing I wish was that the handle protruted out the back a little bit so if you are carrying something tall and flat, like a bookcase or something, it would be easier to hold the handle.

I might strap a big box to it and use it to carry my groceries from the parking garage up to the condo.
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Saw this instant rebate as well in Richmond BC warehouse.
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There are plenty left in Richmond Hill Costco.
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This is a deal, BUT please don't buy one of these unless you need to keep it in your trunk or have limited storage space at home.

A normal steel dolly will handle 500lbs with ease and can be used for heavy items like furniture, sand/salt/concrete bags, etc. And yes, it is possible to lift 500lbs onto a dolly yourself, provided your not a shrimp.

This thing is for much lighter duty jobs (carrying a box of groceries to your apartment, large parcels, recycling to the curb, etc).
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